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Piroman84
How much education is generally needed to become a successful chemical engineer? View All


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Mike Wifado
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For the most part I would say the more education you have the better. Having said that, education requirements will vary with the type of chemical engineering job you would like. I would suggest going on a job board looking up jobs you like and seeing the requirements employers are looking for. Keep in mind that everything advances and changes in time, as such, the skills necessary today are not necessary the skill required in the future. To keep on top of changes I suggest joining trade associations and signing up for news groups.

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JJ
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